Haysboro Real Estate Listings and Information

map of haysboro

Map of Haysboro

Built on the ashes of land formerly owned by popular Alberta politician and former Mayor of Calgary, Harry Hays, Haysboro is now a residential neighborhood tucked in between Heritage Drive to the north, MacLeod Trail to the east, 98th avenue to the south, and 14th street as well as Glenmore Reservoir to the west. Known for its’ location relative to the beautiful body of water and recreational fun that sits to its’ west as well as the Rockyview General Hospital to its’ north, Haysboro also gives its’ residents easy access to other parts of the city with its’ close proximity to major transportation including Elbow Drive which bisects the community itself.

Haysboro elementary school as well as Woodman junior high and Henry Wise Wood senior high school are designated for the area’s public school students to attend. Catholic school students of Haysboro are assigned to attend St. Augustine elementary and junior high, St. Matthew junior high, and Bishop Grandin senior high school. All these schools are either located directly in Haysboro or in bordering communities meaning that the commute isn’t far at all.

Along with the Glenmore Reservoir, there are a small handful of green spaces located in the neighborhood including the building for the Haysboro Community Association which offers the community’s residents many recreational opportunities including tennis courts, an outdoor hockey rink in the winter time, seniors programs, youth programs, and fitness and dance classes as well. When it comes to groceries, shopping, and a night out, look no further than the dozens and dozens of businesses that line the MacLeod Trail. Everything a resident needs can be found along MacLeod Trail which borders Haysboro to its’ east. What’s not found directly in Haysboro can be found mainly in the North along MacLeod Trail.

Transportation is no issue either as the LRT system is offered and easily accessible in Haysboro’s east. Additionally, Calgary Transit has stops set up along MacLeod Trail, Heritage Drive, Southland Drive, and also along the intersecting Elbow Drive. Pick-ups are frequent.

Within the community, a resident is never more than two minutes walking distance away from transportation to other parts of the city.

Haysboro is a quiet neighborhood that is quite similar to a small town in the sense that everything you need is all in bordering communities if not within Haysboro itself. The downtown core is easily accessible for its’ residents but with everything that hugs the community of Haysboro, it’s a neighborhood worthy of its’ reputation with some of Calgary’s more sought-after real estate for family-oriented citizens.